Features, Opinion & Analysis

1 day ago | January 19, 2019

Editorial Comment: New brooms, same old problems at Zifa

EARLIER this week, we published an article in this newspaper in which we praised ZIFA boss Felton Kamambo over the way ...

Wetlands: Constructing ourselves out of water

The City of Harare’s Environmental Management Committee expressed concern over developments on wetlands after taking a ...

Balance right to demonstrate with responsibility: Mugadza

In the wake of recent demonstrations that have rocked parts of the country, The Herald Senior Writer Elliot Ziwira (EZ) ...

The case for Internet shutdown

The reason why the Internet was shut down was to ensure national security and stability which was evidently threatened ...

Tracing origins of the Chirandu clan: Part 8

The same distortion is what has caused the clearly unnecessary debate about whether black Africans built the Egyptian ...

Call upon the name of the Lord, and He will act

When the Lord visits, he brings deliverance and being delivered doesn’t mean that you are possessed but your situation ...

2 days ago | January 17, 2019

Nine facts, myths about Zim mayhem

On  Monday and Tuesday, the opposition in Zimbabwe staged what they called a national “shutdown” which was supposed to ...

Editorial Comment: MDC-A unleashes touts to punish supporters

It is unusual for a political party to threaten, assault and destroy the livelihoods of its own supporters and voters, ...

A tyranny of a rogue minority

Democracy is belief in political freedom and equality, it is the core principle that this country’s political system is ...

The evil hand of civil society, MDC-Alliance

This week, Zimbabwe’s opposition MDC-Alliance, civil society organisations and NGOs fronted a so-called shutdown that ...

Citizens must complement Govt efforts

The word Government is the talk of the day whenever issues of economic development, employment and investment are being ...

How can the predatory nature of development efforts be tamed?

Many rural communities in low-income countries are fed up with the predatory nature of external development initiatives.

5 days ago | January 15, 2019

MPs’ decision to forgo swanky vehicles noble

Last week, Zanu-PF legislators, who are a majority in the National Assembly, decided and announced that they would now ...

EDITORIAL: Stop using children to push political agenda

The hallmark of a functioning democracy like Zimbabwe is that in any election, citizens are allowed to make a free ...

6 days ago | January 14, 2019

Editorial Comment: Govt commitment to austerity welcome

The decision to suspend purchase of condition-of-service vehicles for ministers announced on Friday should leave no ...